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WEDNESDAY, 5th FEBRUARY, 1986 
commencing at 1 p.m. precisely 


ON VIEW Monday and Tuesday prior to sale 
9 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. 


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EXTRACTS FROM CONDITIONS OF SALE 


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(Attention is directed to the full Conditions of Sale printed at the end of this Catalogue) 


Third Party Liability. Every person on Glendining 
& Co.’s premises at any time shall be deemed to be 
there at his or her risk. He or she shall have no claim 
against Giendining & Co. in respect of any accident 
which may occur or injury, damage or loss how- 
soever Caused, save insofar as the injury, damage or 
loss shall be caused by the direct negligence of 
Glendining & Co, employees. 


STANDARD CONDITIONS OF SALE 


1. Definitions. In these Conditions Glendining & 
Co., who act only as auctioneers and agents for 
the vendor, are called “the Auctioneers”, and 
the representative of Glendining & Co. con- 
ducting the auction is called “The Auctioneer”. 


2. General. Whilst Glendining & Co. make 
every effort to ensure the accuracy of their 
catalogue and the description of any lot: 

(a) Each lot as set out in the catalogue or as 
divided or combined with any other lot or 
lots is sold by the vendor with all faults, 
imperfections and errors of descriptions, 

(b) Glendini & Co. do not accept 
responsibility for the authenticity, attribu- 
tion, genuineness, origin, authorship, date, 
age, period, condition or quality of any lot, 
unless they have been instructed in writing 
by the vendor so to certify, and in such case 
the Auctioneers do so as agents of the 
vendor and are not themselves responsible 
for such claims. 

(c) All statements, whether printed in the 
catalogue or made orally, as to any of the 
matters set out in (b) above are statements of 
opinion only and are not to be taken as 
being or implying any warranties or 
representations of fact by Glendining & Co., 
unless they have been instructed in writing 
by the vendor so to certify, and in such case 
the Auctioneers do so as agents of the 
vendor and are not themselves responsible 
for such claims. 

(d) Any claim under 


oe Statute must be 
received in writing b 


Auctioneer within 


6. 


. Rescission. 


. Default. Glendinin 


the seller has the right to bid either 
paced or by any one person (who may 
the Auctioneer). 

(d) All conditions, notices, descriptions, state- 
ments and other matters in t catalogue 
and elsewhere concerning any lot are subject 
to any statements modifying or affecting the 
same made by the Auctioneer from the 
poner prior to any bid being accepted for 


Notwithstanding any other terms 
of these Conditions, if within fourteen days 
after the sale Glendining & Co. have received 
from the buyer of any lot notice in writing that 
in his view the lot is a deliberate forgery and 
within twenty-one days after such notification 
the buyer returns the same to Glendining & Co. 
in the same condition as at the time of sale and 
by producing evidence, the burden of proof to 
be upon the buyer, satisfies Glendining & Co. 
that considered in the light of the entry in the 
catalogue the lot is a deliberate forgery, then the 
sale of the lot will be rescinded and the purchase 
price of the same refunded. Both the buyer and 
the vendor agree to be bound by the decision of 
Glendining & Co. 


& Co. — disclaim 
responsibility for default by either the buyer or 
the vendor because they act as agents for the 
vendor only and therefore do not pay out to the 
vendor until payment is received from the 
buyer. Instructions given by telephone are 
accepted at the sender’s risk and must be 
confirmed in writing forthwith. 


In the event of a sale by private treaty both the ; 


vendor and the buyer a to be bound by the 
General and any Special Conditions of Sale. 


BUYERS CONDITIONS 


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20. Every bidder shall be deemed to act as princir 
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there is in force a written acknow 
ment by Glendining & Co. that he acts as 
on behalf of a named principal. : 


Removal of Goods. 

(a) No purchase shall be claimed or 
until it has been paid for and the 
been concluded. All shall be 
for and removed at the buyer’s risk 


day after the sale, failing which 4 
Auctioneer shall not be responsible if t! 
same are lost, stolen, damaged or } 
and all lots aot so removed shall remai 
the risk of the buyer and ies : 
minimum warehousing charge of 25 per 
per day. If they are not paid for 
removed within seven days of the sale 1 
Auctioneer may re-sell them by aucti 
ai ae without notice to the buyer. 
iability which there may be on the p 
the Auctioneer in respect of any loss sh 
restricted to a maximum of the price pai 
the buyer of the lot. k 
(b) In the event of any failure of the buy 
comply with any of the above conditions 
damages recoverable by the seller or 
Auctioneers from the defaulter shall i 
any loss wine age any re-sale of the 
together with the charges and expen 
respect of both sales, and together 
interest at 2% above Midland Bank PL. 
Base Rate upon the price of any lot w' 
has not been paid for within 48 hours 
sale, and any money deposited in 























account of any liability of the defa 
them or to the seller. The Auctioneers. 
unable to accept payment from suc 
bidders other than in cash or by the bi 
own cheque. Cheques drawn by 

parties, whether in the Auctioneers’ fa 
or requiring endorsement, cannot & 
accepted. ’ 


18. Inspection, Each buyer by making a bid for a 
ten days of the day of the sale. lot acknowledges that he has satisfied himself 22. Value Added Tax. The Buyer will be liable 
3. The Auction fully before bidding by inspection or otherwise pay V.A.T. at the standard rate on the h i 
" (a) The Auctioneer has absolute discretion to as to all the Sale Conditions the physical condi- price on those Lots indicated with a 
divide any lot, to combine any two or more tion of and description of the lot including but after the Lot number. This V.A.T. is refi 
lots. orto withdraw any lot or lots from the not restricted to whether the lot is damaged or on proof of export by Overseas Buyers 
sale, to refuse bids, regulate bidding or has been repaired or restored. 28 days of Sale. ¥ 
cancel the sale without in any case giving 
any reason or without eerighs notice. He 19, pe ind and Risk. gs will not passto 23. Purchase Price. The purchaser shall pay ti! 
may bid on behalf of the vendor for all the buyer until the lot(s) has been paid for in full hammer price together with a premium of 10° 
goods which are being offered subject to and the Auctioneers shall be entitled to a lien on of the hammer price. The premium is 
reserve or at the Auctioneer’s discretion. any lot sold until the purchase price (as defined negotiable and attracts V.A.T. at the standav 
(b) The highest bidder shall be the buyer except in 23 below) is paid in full but each lot is at the rate and is payable by ALL purchasers. 
in the case of a dispute. If during the auction sole risk of the buyer from the fall of the yendor authorises the Auctioneer to } 
the Auctioneer considers that a dispute has hammer, Each buyer shall forthwith give his full commission and expenses at the stated rat: 
arisen, he has absolute discretion to settle it names and permanent address and if called from the hammer price and acknowledges 
or to re-offer the lot. The Auctioneer may at upon to do so by the Auctioneer shall forthwith Auctioneer’s right to retain the premiu: 
his sole discretion determine the advance of pay to Glendining & Co. such proportion of the payable by the purchaser. ' 
bidding or refuse a bid. purchase price as the Auctioneer may require. d 
(c) Each lot is put up for sale subject to any if the buyer fails to do so, the lot may at the “ 
reserve price placed by the vendor. Where Auctioneer’s sole discretion be put up again and 
there is no reserve price (but not otherwise) re-sold. } 
Please Note. 4 
The metal in which the coins are struck is indicated thus:— ’ 


AN’=gold, AX=silver, AZE=copper or bronze. 
El=Electrum (an alloy of gold and silver), 
Bl=Billon (an alloy of silver and copper). 


Care is taken to describe accurately the condition of coins and medals, 
using the following scale: Extremely fine, Very fine, Fine, and Good. Where 
no condition is stated it may be assumed that the coins and medals are not Fs 
in good condition. 


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Price 25p 


1986 
GLENDINING & Co. 
7 Blenheim Street, New Bond Street 
London, W1Y 9LD 
SALE OF 
| HELD ON 
WEDNESDAY, 5th FEBRUARY 1986 
The prices bid do not include the buyer's premium 
and V.A.T. where applicable 
Omitted lots were withdrawn or unsold 
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Ds 100 34 .. 200 OW 2g 40 84 .. 110 
LO) 23. 90 35.2: 200 OZ. ak 45 85 110 
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HG ce. 85 59)... is 66... 190 89. 160 
— 68 40 . 65 Gi tae AO 90. Sp) 
18a... 66 4] 340 68... 160 Ol . 60 
19... 150 42 .. 300 Go ..; 100 92 160 
20.2. 360 43 . 120 TO x: 45 oS 75 
Pec ~ OSU 44... 550 PA asx 150 94... 150 
2 ins ABU 45 55 (2 = 60 Cs ae 140 
ZB. A460 46 35 TO x. 85 96 .. 60 
2A an OD 47 . 65 (cae 150 OT. 140 
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Sale Total 
£36,764 


CATALOGUE OF 


ENGLISH & FOREIGN COINS 


in GOLD, SILVER AND BRONZE 


DAY OF SALE 


Wednesday, 5th February, 1986 


commencing at | p.m. precisely 


A dagger (7+) after the Lot number indicates the Lot is subject to V.A.T. by the 
Buyer on the Hammer Price. This is refundable to Overseas Buyers on proof of 
Export within 28 days of the date of Sale. 


All Lots in this Sale are subject to a BUYER’S PREMIUM of 10% which attracts 
V.A.T. at the standard rate and is payable by ALL BUYERS. 


GOLD COINS AND MEDALS 


Edward IV, ‘‘Flemish” imitation of a London Ryal (cf. BNJ 1947, pp. 183— 
208). Fine but creased. 1 


Henry VIII, Second Coinage, Crown of the Double-Rose, HK crowned in 
field, m.m. rose, creased, cracked to rim, poor; R Anne, Crown, 1703, 
viGO, dark, probably artificial tone, fine. 2 


3 James I, Second Coinage, Unite, second bust, m.m. lis (N.2083; S.2618). 
Double-struck and impaired, possibly by fire. ] 


4 William HI, Five-Guineas, 1701, second bust, so-called “fine work” type 
(MCE 172; S.3456). Some knocks to rim, has been cleaned, fine. ] 


5S George I, Quarter-Guinea, 1718. Very fine. 1 


6 George II, Half-Guinea, 1760, Harshly cleaned and scratched, fine. 1 


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Lot 


7 George III, Guinea, 1774. Very fine, but with some scuffing and hairline 
scratches. 








8 Guinea, 1779. Rather scuffed and with some hairline scratches, about 
very fine. 

9 —— Guinea, 1787, Very fine, or perhaps slightly better, but rather scuffed 
and with some hairline scratches. 

10 — Guinea, 1793. Very fine. 

11 — Half-Guinea, 1804. Very fine. 

12 Half-Sovereign, 1818. Rather heavily scuffed, with tiny nick to obverse 
rim and has been cleaned at one time, otherwise very fine or nearly so. 

13. + Guinea, 1755; Third-Guinea, 1803; R Crown, 1819; George IV, Half- 


Sovereign, 1824. Fine, last polished and possibly from a mount. 


14 — Elizabeth II, Proof set, 1980, comprising Five-Pounds, Two-Pounds, Sover- 
eign and Half-Sovereign, in green leatherette case of issue, with leaflet. 
Brilliant and about as struck. 


5 — Proof Five-Pounds, 1981, in tan leatherette case of issue, with leaflet. 
Similar state. 


16 — Royal Wedding of H.R.H. The Prince of Wales and Lady Diana 
Spencer, 1981, Proof set comprising Sovereign and A Crown, in blue 
leatherette case of issue, with leaflet. Similar state. 


17 —— Proof set, 1983, comprising Five-Pounds, Two-Pounds, Sovereign and 
Half-Sovereign, in blue leatherette case of issue, with leaflet. Similar 
state. 

18 —— Proof Sovereign, 1979, in holder as issued. Similar state. 

18a — A similar lot. Similar state. 

19 — Proof Sovereign, 1979; Proof Half-Sovereigns, 1980 and 1982, in 


holders as issued. Similar state. 


Lot 
20 


25 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 


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Isle of Man, Elizabeth II, set, 1966, non-proof, on Bi-Centenary of 
Revestment Act, comprising Five-Pounds, Two-Pounds and Sovereign, 
in case of issue. About as struck. 





Proof set, 1975, comprising 50-Pence to Half-Penny struck in 
platinum, in official holder, with case and certificate. Brilliant, 600 sets 
struck. 





Proof set, 1979, comprising Five-Pounds, Two-Pounds, Sover- 
eign, Half-Sovereign and medallion, in red felt case of issue, with 
certificate. Brilliant proofs. 


Guinea, 1792; Sovereigns, 1875S, St. George reverse, 1900, 1905, 1911. 
1913 (has been mounted and gilded); Half-Sovereigns, 1892, 1899, 1911; 
France, 10-Francs, 1862 BB. Mostly fine or very fine. 


Guineas, 167(—), poor, 1775, fine but harshly cleaned; Third-Guinea, 1800, 
badly buckled; Half-Sovereign, 1896, fair; Hungary, 10-Korona, 1904, 
very fine; Battle of Britain, medal on Jubilee, 1965, by Games, heavily 
scuffed. 


Guinea, 1793, has been mounted; Half-Guinea, 1786, pierced; Half-Sover- 
eign, 1915, has been mounted; Third-Guinea, 1802, has been mounted 
in the centre of reverse; U.S.A., 23-Dollars, 1925, very fine; California, 
+-Dollar, 1870, fine. 


Sovereigns, 1890, 1892, 1908 M, 1925 SA, 1931 SA, 1958. Mostly fine or 
very fine, last better. 


Sovereign, 1909 M, fine; Half-Sovereigns, 1817, 1825, both worn; 1890, 
1892, 1901, 1908, 1911 (2), 1913, 1914, mostly fine or very fine. 


Sovereigns, 1906 M, 1910, 1912 (2), 1965 (2); Half-Sovereigns, 1893, 1899, 
1913, 1914; A Crowns, 1889, 1935; Shilling, 1926; Masonic medal, 
1883. Mostly fine or very fine, two Sovereigns (1912) have been 
mounted. 


Scotland, Charles I, Third Coinage, Halfcrown, reads R for REX. With crack 
to flan, very fine. 


Victoria, Diamond Jubilee, 1897, gold medals (2), large and small sizes, in 
cases of issue. Have been mishandled, and both knocked and scratched. 


Winston Churchill, 1965, medallic stamp replicas by Metalimport (2), in 
cases of issue, with certificate (total wt. 40 gm.). Brilliant. 


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Elizabeth IH and Prince Philip, Silver Wedding, 1972, medallic stamp 
replicas (2) in gold (22ct. wt. 26gm.) and silver, in case of issue, with 
certificate. Brilliant. 


Princess Anne, Royal Wedding, 1973, medallic stamp replicas (2) in gold 
(22ct. wt. 26 gm.) and silver, in case of issue, with certificate. Brilliant. 


Austria, Franz Josef, Restrike 4-Ducats and Ducats (4), 1915, in modern 
fitted case. Some signs of handling, almost as struck. 


—— —— Restrike 100-Corona, 1915. Brilliant, but somewhat scuffed. 


Bhutan, Jigme Dorji Wangchuck, Proof set, 1966, in memory of Jigme 
Wangchuck, 1926-1952, struck in platinum, comprising 5-Sertum, 2- 
Sertum and Sertum, in white leatherette case of issue (total wt. 
78.60 gm.). Brilliant and about as struck, rare in platinum, only 72 sets 
recorded by the Royal Mint, as struck. 


Netherlands, Holland, Double-Ducat, 1771 (F.94). Very fine, a little buc- 
kled. 


— Ducat, 1729, Gelderland, crimped, probably from a wreck; France, 
Louis d’or, 1651, obverse and reverse made into two thin discs. 


— Wilhelmina, 10-Gulden, 1932, extremely fine; Belgium, Baldwin, 
medal (1976), on Silver Jubilee, 21.5mm, brilliant proof. 


Panama, Proof 100-Balboas, 1975, in wallet. Brilliant. 


U.S.A., 20-Dollars, 1898 S. With usual surface marks and abrasions, other- 
wise extremely fine. 


— 20-Dollars, 1904. With usual abrasions and rather heavily scuffed. 


— 5-Dollars, 1901 S. Very fine. 


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— Dollar, 1862. A little grazed on head and part of surface of field a little 
coarse, extremely fine. Sold with PNG certificate. 


ENGLISH SILVER AND COPPER COINS 


AR Aethelred Il, Penny, Long Cross type, London, HEAPVLF MO LVND. 
Somewhat crimped, very fine. I 


AR Edward the Confessor, Penny, Hammered Cross type, York, annulet in 
third quarter of reverse, IOLA ON EOFERPIC. Evidence of repair to flan 
crack, otherwise fine. I 


AR Charles I, Tower Mint, Halfcrown, Group III, i.m. tun (N.2209). Fine or 
better. 


AR 





Tower Mint, Halfcrowns (2); Commonwealth, Shilling, 1653; 
Cromwell, Shilling, 1658. Last with deliberate scratches on obverse and 
reverse, otherwise fair, others fair or fine. 


/AR —— Pattern Halfgroat by Briot, rev. interlocked crowned C’s, B below 
(N.2687). Very fine but tooled. Ex Glendining & Co., 28.4.1977, Lot 
218. 1 


AR — Coins in A (29), A (2), mostly Tower Mint. Mostly fair or fine. 31 


A William III, Crown, 1695, first bust, first harp, sePTIMO (ESC 86). Rather 





heavily haymarked, extremely fine. 1 
AR Crown, 1700, DvoDECIMO (ESC 97). Very fine but has been cleaned 

and with flaw to rim. 1 
AR Shilling, 1697 C, third bust (ESC 1104). Some adjustment marks, 





about very fine. i 


/R —— Shilling, 1700, first bust, no stops on reverse, tall o’s in date (ESC 
1122). Extremely fine. 1 


A Anne, Crowns, 1707, second bust (ESC 97), 1713, third bust (ESC 109). 
First almost fine, last better but heavily haymarked and with signs of 
burnishing on head. pay) 


/AR —— Crown, 1708 E (ESC 103), fair; Halfcrown, 1708 plumes, fine: 
Edward VII, Crown, 1902; George V, Crown, 1927, extremely fine. 4 


60 


61 


64 


66 


67 


608 


AR — Shilling, 1702, first bust, plain (ESC 1128). Very fine, toned, scarce. 


AR George I, Halfcrown, 1723, SS C (ESC 592). Fine or better, but with 
scratch in obverse field and some reverse edge knocks. 


AR George Il, Crown, 1739, young head, roses (ESC 122). Fine. 


A George Ill, Bank Dollar, 1804, very fine; Mexico Dollars, 1791 and 1794, 
with oval and octagonal counterstamps, last probably a contemporary 
copy, first possibly so, both fair; Mexico Dollar, 1772, engraved ‘Josiah 
Allen born Feby 24th 1821”, fair; William III, Halfcrown, 1698, 
stamped EM in a rectangle, fair. 


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Halfpenny, 1772, ball below spear blade (BMC 901). Extremely 
fine, traces of lustre. 


AR George IV, Halfcrown, 1821 (ESC 631). Better than very fine but 
somewhat rubbed and scuffed, possibly a mishandled proof. 


AR —— Crowns, 1821, SECUNDO, 1822, TERTIO; Halfcrowns, 1820 (2), 1821 
(2), 1823, second reverse, 1829. Have generally been cleaned, second 
harshly so, and this scuffed and marked, otherwise mostly very fine or 
nearly so. 


AR —— Shillings, 1821, 1824 (2), 1825, first head, 1825, second head (2), 
1826, 1829; Sixpences, 1821, 1824, 1825, 1826, second head, 1828, 1829; 
Charles II, Crown, 1662, no rose; William III, Sixpence, 1696, first 
bust. Have generally been cleaned, otherwise fine or very fine. 


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Halfpenny, 1826, bronzed Proof (BMC 1437—Rev. B). Extremely 
fine, a little dull. 


AZ —— Pennies (6), Halfpennies (5), Farthing (1), Fractional —Farthings 
(6, including BMC 1451—RR); Victoria, brockage “Bun” Halfpenny; 
Coronation medals (2), official issues, 1821 and 1838. Mostly fine or 
very fine. 


A Victoria, Crown, 1896, LX; Shillings, 1888, 1889, large head, 1890 (2), 
1895, 1897; Sixpence, 1897. Very fine or better. 


/R Halfcrowns, 1840, 1878; Florins, 1849, 1873, 1885. Very fine, first 


has been cleaned. 





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/AR —— Halfcrown, 1901; Godless Florin, 1849; Shillings, 1877, die 44, 
1878, die 7, 1884, 1895, 1896; Sixpences, 1871, die 25, 1874, die 1, 1901. 
Mostly about very fine or better. 10 





FE Proof Penny, 1874 H (BMC 1698; Fr. 74). A little rubbed and 


marked, extremely fine, toned. I 


AR Edward VII, Crown, 1902; Halfcrowns, 1902 (3); Florins, 1902, 1903; 
Shilling, 1902. Very fine or better, mostly pleasingly toned. 


AR 





Halfcrown, 1907 (ESC 752). Slightly rubbed, extremely fine, plea- 
santly toned. 


AR 





Florins, 1902, 1906; Sixpences, 1902, 1902, matt proof, 1905. Very 
fine or better, fourth lightly cleaned. 5 


AR George V, Proof set, 1927, Crown to Threepence, in red leatherette case 
of issue. Almost as struck, toned, obverses a little dull, case slightly 
worn. 6 


/AR —— Crowns, 1927, 1929, 1933. Very fine, first a mishandled proof. 3 


AR —— Halfcrown, 1921; Florins, 1919, 1924, 1928, 1929, 1933, 1936 (2); 
Shillmgs, 1911, 1912, 1926, 1926, miod. eff., 1929, 1932. Mostly ex- 
tremely fine or better. 14 


/AR —— Halfcrowns, 1911, 1926, mod. eff., 1928, 1929, 1931, 1932; Florins, 
1912, 1914, 1918, 1924; Shillings, 1911, 1916, 1927, new type, 1928; 
Sixpences, 1911 (2), 1914 (2), 1916 (2), 1930, 1934. Mostly extremely 
fine or better. 9) 


AR 





Crowns, 1935 (5), Halfcrowns (30), Florins (23), Shillings (22). 
Mostly fine or very fine. 80 


George VI, Proof set, 1937, R Crown to 4 Farthing, in case of issue. 
Extremely fine or better, a little unevenly toned. 15 


MAUNDY MONEY SETS 


A Charles II to Anne, undated, 1673, 1687 (Fourpence 7 over 6, Penny 7 
over 6), 1706, 1713. Mostly fine or very fine, generally with toning, but 
this rather dull and in some cases spotty. 20 


Lot 
81 


82 


83 


84 


85 


86 


87 


88 


89 


90) 


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93 


94 


A George I, 1727. Extremely fine or nearly so, but Fourpence rather heavily 
haymarked on reverse, toned, one of only two dates known for the reign, 
rare. 


AR George II, 1732. Very fine, but with dull tone, somewhat spotty in the case 
of the Fourpence and Twopence and colour not matching. 


AR 





1746. Threepence very fine and with tone rather dull, others ex- 
tremely fine with attractive matching tone. 


A George III, 1780, 1795, 1800, 1817, 1818. Fourpence 1795 fine and 
Threepence 1817 scratched and pitted, others mostly very fine or better, 
but some cleaned and the set of 1800 rather discoloured. 


R 





1792. Has been polished and with some hairline scratches and other 
marks, otherwise extremely fine or nearly so. 


A George IV, 1822, 1823, 1824. Very fine or better, first darkly toned, 
second has been cleaned, last with very uneven iridescent tone. 


AR —— 1825, 1826, 1827, 1829. Threepence, 1825 fine, others very fine or 
better, first two sets toned, last two harshly cleaned. 


AR —— 1828. Extremely fine, pleasingly toned, but not quite matching. 
AR —— 1830. Practically mint state, with attractive matching olive tone. 
/R 1830. Twopence very fine, others about extremely fine, with dark, 





rather dull tone. 


A William IV, 1831. Extremely fine or a little better, but Threepence with 
nick to reverse rim, has been rather brightly cleaned and with some 
hairlines and other marks. 








/AR 1831. Slight rubbing on highest points of portrait, practically mint 
state, with attractive matching olive tone. 

AR 1832; Fourpence, 1834, currency Threepence, 1835, Twopence and 
Penny, 1836. Very fine or better, but first (set) very discoloured. 

AR 1834. Practically mint state, with attractive, partly olive tone, almost 





matching. 


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12 


16 


Lot 
95 


96 


97 


98 


99 


100 


101 


102 


103 


104 


105 


106 


107 


/AR —— 1835. Practically mint state, with attractive matching olive tone. 


AR —— 1835. Extremely fine, toned. 


AR 





1837. Practically mint state, toning attractively to olive and nearly 
matching. 


A Victoria, 1839. Practically mint state, with attractive matching olive tone. 


AR 





1843, 1872, 1873. Extremely fine, all have been cleaned, last two sets 
rather heavily so. 


AR —— 1860, 1874, 1875. Extremely fine or better, first with deep gold and 
olive iridescent tone, others with lighter, peripheral toning, colours 
generally matching. 


AR 





1877, 1878, 1880. Extremely fine or better, Twopence, 1880 a little 
dull, others mostly nicely toned. 


AR —— 1881, 1882, 1886, extremely fine or better, but mostly cleaned; part 
sets with currency Threepences, 1850, 1868, 1876; Fourpence, 1854, 
currency Threepence, 1886, Twopence, 1851, Penny, 1862, mostly 
extremely fine, some better. 





AR 1888, 1889, 1890, 1892. Extremely fine or better, second and third 


cleaned, third rather brightly so, others with attractive matching toning. 


AR —— 1893, 1895, 1899, 1900; part sets with currency Threepences, 1894, 
1897, 1901. Mostly extremely fine or better, sets of 1895 and 1899 have 
been cleaned, last heavily so. 


AR Edward VII, 1902, matt proof, 1903, 1904, 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 
1910. Generally extremely fine or better, but several coins show signs of 
cleaning. 


A George V, 1911, 1912, 1913, 1915, 1916. Extremely fine or better, with 
matching toning but first shows signs of cleaning. 


AR —— 1920, 1921, 1922, 1923, 1924, 1925. Extremely fine or better and 
generally of matching colour, but several showing verdigris, particularly 
around rims. 


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28 


16 


28 


36 


20 


24 


Lot 
108 


109 


110 


111 


113 


114 


115 


116 


117 


118 


10 


AR 





1930, 1931, 1932, 1933, 1934, 1936. Similar state, but sets of 1934 
and 1936 show signs of cleaning. 


AR George VI, 1937, 1938, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1944, 1945, 1947, 1948, 1950, 
1952. Generally extremely fine or better, but some have been cleaned and 
some showing a little verdigris. 


A Elizabeth I, 1953. Almost as struck, beginning to tone. 


AR 





1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1983. Gener- 
ally brilliant and mint state or nearly so, some coins beginning to tone. 


/R Maundy Money sets, 1897, 1932; part sets with currency Threepences, 
1833, 1897, 1900, 1902. Very fine or better, three sets cased. 


A Charles If to George VI, Maundy Money coins: Fourpences (22); 
Threepences (3); Twopences (8); Pennies (18). Mostly very fine or 
better. 


A Charles Il to Edward VII, Maundy Money coins: Fourpences (9); 
Threepences (7); Twopences (9); Pennies (12). Mostly very fine or 
better. 


AR Charles II to George VI, Crowns, 1662, rose, no edge year, 1667, 1671, 
third bust, 1673, 1676, 1688, 1691 (evidence of mounting on reverse), 
1695, SEPTIMO, 1696, first bust, 1696, third bust, 1707E, 1746, LIMA (has 
been mounted), 1804, Bank Dollar, 1819, 1820, 1822, sECUNDO, 1845 
(2), 1847 (2), 1887, 1889 (2), 1892, 1902 (2), 1930, 1935, 1937 (3). 
Impaired as noted, earlier issues generally fair or fine, some latter issues 
about very fine. 


AR Charles II to Victoria, Halfcrowns (20), Mostly fine or very fine. 


/R William and Mary to Edward VII, Shillings, 1692, 1693 (both fair to fine), 
1709, 1711, 1723, first bust, SS C, 1724, W.C.C. (very worn), 1736, 
1739, 1758 (2), 1787, hearts, 1787, without hearts (2), 1763, Northum- 
berland issue (fair), 1816, 1875, 1883, 1887, Y.H., 1902, 1906. Mostly 
fine or very fine. 


/R Charles II to George VI, Crowns (53); Cu-Ni Crowns (7). Several very 
worn or impaired, others mostly fair or fine, recent dates better. 


24 


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20 


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Lot 
119 


120 


123 


124 


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130 


131 


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A Charles II to George V, Halfcrowns (35). Several very worn, others 
mostly fair or fine. 35 


A William III] to Edward VII, Crowns, 1695, 1696, third bust, 1707 E, 1822, 
TERTIO, 1887 (2), 1892, 1900, LXIV, 1902; Bank Dollar, 1804; Double- 
Florins, 1887 (4), 1889 (2). Mostly fair or fine. 16 


A Charles II to Edward VII, Shillings, 1702, vico, 1684, 1720, plain, 1723, 
SS C, 1741, 1745, Lima, 1747, 1758, 1816, 1821, 1910; Sixpences, 1693, 
1697, third bust, 1818. Mostly fine or very fine. 14 


A Charles II to George V, Double-Florins (3), Halfcrowns (19), Florins (9), 
Shillings (9), Sixpences (12); Cu-Ni Florins (5). Several fair or fine, a 
few very fine or better. 57 


AR Charles II to Edward VII, Halfcrowns, 1676, 1689, first shield (3), 1689, 
second shield, 1707 E, 1713, plain (scarce), 1745, LIMA, 1816, large 
head, 1834, WW in script, 1834, WW in caps (rare), 1907, 1909. Some 
fine or Slightly better. 16 


AR Charles II to George V, Bank Eighteen-Pence (2), Shillings (29), 
Sixpences (35). A few fair, mostly about fine or very fine. 66 


A Victoria to Edward VI, Sixpences, 1901 (2), Britannia Groats, 1888 (6), 
Threepences, 1876, 1901, 1902 (2). Extremely fine or better and gener- 
ally attractively toned. 12 


George V to Elizabeth II, A Halfcrowns (6), Florins (3), Shillings (12), 
Sixpences (5), Threepences (2); Cu-Ni Halfcrowns (5), Florins (11), 
Shillings (7), Sixpences (26); Ni-br. Threepences (28). Some very fine, 
mostly extremely fine or better. 106 


AR Aethelred II to Charles Il, miscellaneous coins (65). Some impaired, 


generally poor to fine. 65 
AR Henry I to Charles IJ, miscellaneous coins (60). Similar state. 60 
A A similar lot. Similar state. 60 
A A similar lot. Similar state. 60 


AR Edward the Confessor to Charles I, coins (86). Similar state. 86 


Lot 
132 


134 


136 


137 


ise 


140 


141 


12 


A Edward III to George V, miscellaneous coins (39). Several fine, a few 
better. 39 


AR pr ie III to George II, coins (21); Roman A (3), A (2). Mostly fair or 
ne. 26 


George VI to Elizabeth II, miscellaneous coins, mostly base metal, includ- 
ing cased Proof set, 1953 and other recent proofs. Mostly extremely fine 
or better. Lot 


AN Sovereign, 1904; Half-Sovereign, 1899; miscellaneous coins (212), mostly 
base, including Cook Islands, Proof Dollar, 1970, on Royal Visit. 
Varied state, last brilliant. 214 


A George III to Victoria, Pennies, 1826, reverse B, 1841, colon after REG, 
1853, OT, 1855, OT, 1857, OT; Halfpennies, 1799, 1854, 1858/7, 1887; 
Farthings, 1799, 1875 H; Half-Farthing, 1847. Mostly extremely fine or 
better. iN 


AE Charles II to George VI, copper and bronze coins and tokens (31); 
Charles Il, R Pattern Farthing, 1665, Some fine, including last, several 
very fine or better, a few with lustre. 32 


A. George II to George V, copper and bronze Twopence (3), Pennies (12), 
Halfpennies, Farthings (15). Some fair or fine, several very fine or 
better, some with lustre. 47 


AZ Charles II to Elizabeth Il, copper and bronze coins: Twopence (1), 
Pennies (33), Halfpennies (51), Farthings (254). Varied state, some very 
fine or better. 


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A Victoria to George VI, .925 fine Halfcrowns (51), Florins (25), Shillings 
(95), Sixpences (38); .500 fine Halfcrowns (61), Florins (40), Shillings 
(85), Sixpences (57). Mostly fair or fine. 452 


/R Crown, 1679; Florins, 1849, 1859, and imitation of Jubilee issue, 1887, all 
with enameled reverses. Very fine. 4 


AR Halfcrown, 1707, roses and plumes, good fine; Penny, 1826, very fine; 
Halfpenny, 1871, fine; other coins, medallets, etc. in A (3), base metal 
(12) poor to fine; U.K., Proof set, 1983, brilliant, and a set of scales, 
with nine weights. Lot 


AR Proof Crowns, 1972 (1), 1977 (8); Proof sets (2), Bahamas, 1977, 
Trinidad, 1974, cased as issued. Brilliant. 26 


Lot 
144 


145 


146 


147 


148 


149 


150 


151 


SZ 


153 


154 


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156 


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13 


Miscellaneous British coins, mostly AR, some AZ. Many poor, a few fine or 
better. Lot 


A Devonshire, Shilling (Dal. 5). Extremely fine, lightly toned. l 


AE Eighteenth Century tokens, etc. (45). Several very fine, few somewhat 
better, but have mostly been lacquered. 


~E Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century tokens (32). Mostly fine or very fine, 
a few with lustre and better. 


. Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century tokens (107). Mostly fine or very 
fine, but generally cleaned. 107 


Seventeenth Century tokens (15), including Chipping Norton, E.P.R. 
Halfpenny, heart-shaped. Poor to fine, last fair. 15 


Miscellaneous tokens, tickets, medals, etc. (64). many fine, some better. 64 


Miscellaneous tokens, etc., several Unofficial Farthings, some Irish (46). 
Many fine, some better. 46 


AE Suffolk, Penny, 1811 (D.14), Halfpenny, 1793 (DH 37); Seventeenth 
Century Halfpennies and Farthings (9). Fair to fine. 11 


Miscellaneous Ancient, English, Scottish and Irish coins, etc. in AR and base 
metal (37), including Charles 1, Ormonde Money, Crown. Varied state, 
last worn. ay 


Miscellaneous English coins, including Crowns, in A, Cu-Ni, 4, etc. (189). 
Varied state, many fair to fine. 189 


Miscellaneous English coins in A, AZ, etc., mostly 20th Century issues, 
contained in folders, but including English hammered A. Varied. Lot 


George III to Elizabeth II, coins in AR (40), Cu-Ni (1). Mostly very fine. 4] 


Miscellaneous English coins in A (180). Fair or fine. 180 


160 


161 


164 


166 


167 


168 


169 


170 


14 


A Ireland, John, “Rex’’/Triangle Coinage, Penny, Roberd, Dublin, Half- 
penny, Willem, Dublin. Fair. 


AR 





Edward I, Second Coinage, Farthing, Dublin (DF 70). Fair, reverse 
nearly fine, rare. 


FE - Voce Populi Coinage, Halfpenny, 1760, type 8 (DF 573-4). Very 
ne. 


AR —— Bank of Ireland Tokens: Eighteenpence, 1808; Ten-Pence, 1805 
(2), 1813 (6). First fair, others very fine or better. 





A John to George III, coins (12); AE (15). Mostly fine or very fine. 


Scotland, brass weight for Sword and Sceptre piece of James VI. Fine and 
rare, has been cleaned. 


OVERSEAS SILVER AND COPPER COINS 


A Australia, Florins, 1910, 1911, 1927, Parliament; Shillings, 1910, 1912, 
1916M, 1928; Sixpence, 1910; Threepences, 1910 (2), 1911; Halfpenny, 
1911. Fifth and first two fair, others mostly fine or very fine. 


British West and East Africa, etc., coins in A or billon (16), Cu-Ni and AZ 
(20). Mostly about very fine, a few better. 


AR H.R.E., Archduke Ferdinand, Taler, 1617, Graz (Dav. 3311); Russia, 
Elizabeth I, Rouble, 1745 (Dav. 1677). Second fine, first a little better 
but with knock to rim and has been brushed. 


AR France, 2-Francs, 1871A; Francs, 1871K, 1872A; Half-Franc, 1824A; 
Quarter-Francs, 1829A, 1832A; 20-Cents, 1850A. First two fine, others 
very fine or better. 


Monaco, Rainier III, Proof set, 1950, 100-Francs to 10-Francs, in case of 
issue. About as struck. 


Palestine, British Mandate, miscellaneous coins (58), including 5-Mils, 
1934, 10-Mils, 1933 and 1934. Mostly fine or very fine. 


/R Spain, Philip IV, 8-Reales, 1651, Segovia (Cal. 1517 var.). Fine, with 
corrosion. Ex wreck of “The Association’. 


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172 


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174 


176 


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178 


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180 


181 


15 


U.S.A. Ni Three-Cents, 1865. Extremely fine, or slightly better. Sold with 
PNG certificate. 


Germany, Switzerland, etc., coins in A or billon (32), A, etc. (8). Mostly 
fine or very fine. 


Spain, Italian States, etc. coins in AR (68), AZ (14), generally pre-20th 
Century issues and including Joseph Napoleon, 20-Reales, 1810 Mad- 
rid, Naples, Piastra, 1736 and Gigliato of Charles of Anjou. Mostly fair 
or fine, a few better. 


Coins of Australia, British Guiana, Canada, Isle of Man, Jersey, New 
Brunswick, in A (9), AE (9). Mostly fine or very fine, a few better. 


Coins of Canada, Hawaii, and the U.S.A. in A (21), A, etc. (9). Some very 
fine. 


Coins of France, Japan, the Netherlands, Russia, Spain, etc. in A (51), 
(3). Mostly fine or very fine. 


Coins of the world in A (14 — Crownsize 10), and A (26). Many fine, some 
better. 


Australia, coins and tokens (75), contained in two albums. Varied state. 


Miscellaneous English coins in A (23), Cu-Ni (1), AE (24). Many fine, some 
better. 


Miscellaneous British hammered coins in A (20), base (3). Mostly fair or 
fine, a few better. 


English Crowns, Victoria to George VI (8), Double-Florins (3); Proof set, 
1885. Some very fine or better. 


182-195 “No Lots. 


196 


hey] 


British Colonial coins, etc. in AR (23), AZ, Ni, etc. (50). Mostly fine or very 
fine, a few better. 


AR British Trade Dollar, 1900, without m.m., rare; Anne, Crowns (2), 1703, 
viGo and 1708, plumes, both engraved R. FLOYD ASSEMBLY on obverses, 
pierced (12 o'clock), presumably for suspension; other Crown-size coins 
of the world, varied state. 


82 


30 


40 


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48 


23 


20 


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Lot 
198 


199 


200 


203 


2047 


205 


207 


208 


209 


210 


16 


Coins of the world in AR (40), AR (2), some German; Japan, Nisshu Kin, 
Manen (2). Many fine, some better. 44 


Miscellaneous coins and banknotes (37). Most fine. ST 


Miscellaneous coins (53), including Ceylon, Quarter-Cent, 1891, proof. 
Mostly fair to fine. 33 


Coins of the world in A and base metal (66). Many fine, some better. 66 


Coins of the world in A or billon (76), including Crown-size (20), and base- 
metal (32). Many fine, some better. 108 


British and foreign coins, mostly base metal, some silver, a large quantity, 
generally 19th and 20th Century issues. Many fine, some better. Lot 


A similar lot but smaller. Many fine, some better. Lot 


Coins of the world, generally 20th Century, mostly base, some contained in 
an album. Many fine, some better. Lot 


A similar lot. Lot 


Coins of the world, 1885 or earlier, mostly base, some A, including 
Barcelona groat. Many fine. Lot 


British and foreign coins in A, base metal, etc., contained in an album and 
loose. Many fine, some better. Lot 


Similar coins, some contained in album, including East Africa, Cent, 
1920H. Many fine, some better. Lot 


Oriental coins, a small collection, generally of the Indian sub-continent, 
Kushans to George VI, contained in an old cabinet. Many fair to fine, a 
few better. Lot 


Ancient and Oriental coins in base metal. Mostly worn. Lot 


Isle of Man, AR Crowns (20), mostly Proofs, including sets for Millenium of 
Tynwald, 1979, and Olympics, 1980; other Manx coins, some A Proofs; 
Commemorative medals, etc., including John Lennon Pendant of 
Peace, all in cases, holders, etc., as issued. Generally as struck. Lot 


Lot 
213 


214 


216 


PANY 


218 


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220 


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International Society of Postmasters, medallic F.D.C.’s, comprising two 
albums each containing 36 postally franked covers, with silver medal 
and leaflet. As issued. iP: 


Olympics, 1980, U.S.S.R. F.D.C.’s (82), with certificates, in album, with 
slip case, together with folder of miniature sheets; other miniature 
sheets (25) for the Olympics, in an album; other F.D.C.’s, many with 
medals and coins, some A, contained in albums, wallets, etc., including 
Silver Jubilee, 1977, covers containing AR Proof Crowns (9), all differ- 
ent. Generally as issued. Lot 


Recent Proof sets, commemorative Crowns, medallions, etc., mostly Bri- 
tish, generally in cases, folders, etc. as issued, some silver. Mostly about 
as struck. Lot 


Recent Proof sets, commemorative Crowns, etc., cased or in folders as 
issued, some silver. Mostly about as struck. Lot 


Recent Commonwealth Proof sets, Crowns, etc., cased, etc.; books (2). 
Mostly about as struck. Lot 


AR Dundee High School, Armstead Trust Medal of Merit, to James Shearer, 
1909, 64mm; Cunningham Medal, to Shearer, 1910, 62mm; St. 
Andrews University, Duncan Medal for Mathematics, to David Heron, 
1902, 52mm, all cased. Extremely fine. S) 


Order of Odd Fellows, Loyal Band Lodge, engraved medals to Jonathan 
Day, 1868 & 1870, first embellished with a garnet; Royal Caledonian 
Curling Club, Province Medal, un-named; Amateur Fencing Associa- 
tion, medal to Prof. Bertrand to commemorate the Victory of his Pupil 
Miss G. M. Sheen at the Olympic Games, all silver; other prize medals 
in A (10), 4 (7). Very fine or better. oa 


British and foreign medallions, prize medals, etc., in silver and base metal 
(54), including Olympic Games commemorative, after MacKennal, in 
bronze, an unusual base metal badge of the Glasgow Franchise Demon- 
stration, 1884, and two Italian awards, with portraits of Victor Emanuel 
Ill by Motti. Mostly very fine or better. 54 


British and foreign medallions in R (6), AZ, etc. (25), including George IV, 
Coronation, 1821, by Pistrucci. Last extremely fine, others mostly fine or 
very fine. 3] 


Lot 


224 


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18 


Miscellaneous English and European medals, etc. in AR (4), AE, etc. (7). 
Mostly very or better. 


A History of the English-Speaking Peoples, silver medals (50), by the 
Danbury Mint, in special album. Brilliant proofs, about as struck, album 
showing signs of wear. 


A The Mountbatten Medallic History of Great Britain and the Sea, silver 
medals (18), in capsules. Brilliant proofs. 


A Britannia Commemorative Society, silver medals (12), in holders, with 
leaflets, etc. Brilliant proofs. 


Kenyon, R. L., The Gold Coins of England, London, 1884, original brown 
quarter morocco. Some slight foxing, fine copy, rebacked. 


Numismatic books, etc. (15), including standard works by, among others, 
Friedberg, Kann, Pagani and Severing, Mostly clean copies. 


A modern coin or collector’s cabinet, 14in. high x 26in. wide x 13in. deep, 
16 trays and 2 deep drawers. double doors, lock and key. /n good 
secondhand condition. 


Cabinet, 123in. high, 153in. wide, 163in. deep, with four drawers divided 
into compartments, lock and key, containing a quantity of English and 
foreign coins and medals. 


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or for unauthorised removal of goods unless caused by the direct negligence of their 
employees. 


- Storage. Glendining & Co. reserve the right to store or arrange for the storage of goods 


delivered to them for sale either on their own premises or elsewhere at their sole discretion. 
They exempt themselves from any liability for loss or damage to goods delivered to their sale 
rooms without sufficient sale instructions and reserve the right to make a minimum storage 
charge at 25p per lot per day for such goods (unless the loss or damage is caused by the 
negligence of their employees). 


. Right to Sell. Vendors will be charged for goods left on the premises if the vendor has been 


requested to remove them and if the goods are not removed within twenty-one days of such 


fie Glendining & Co. reserve the right to sell the goods to defray costs and storage 
charges. 


Insurance. 

(a) Unless otherwise instructed in writing all goods on Glendining & Co.’s premises and in 
their custody will be held insured against the risks of fire, theft following forcible entry 
and water damage (but not against accidental breakage or damage) for which insurance 
Glendining & Co. will charge a premium of £1 per £100 (minimum £1). The value of the 
goods so covered shall be the gross amount realised, or in the case of unsold lots the best 
bid, or in the case of goods withdrawn prior to a sale that which the specialised staff of 
Glendining & Co. shall in their absolute discretion estimate to be the auction value of 
such goods. 

(b) Glendining & Co. shall not be responsible for damage to or the loss, theft or destruction 
of any goods not so insured upon the owner’s written instructions. 

(c) Glendining & Co. shall not be responsible for accidental breakage, loss or damage how- 
soever caused unless directly caused by negligence of their employees. 

(d) In respect of any article delivered to Glendining & Co. if the vendor has in force a policy 
or policies of insurance in which the article is specifically mentioned as being insured, 
whether or not for an agreed sum or value, the vendor shall notify his insurers of and 
shall himself note Glendining & Co.’s interest as bailees in such policy or policies. 


. Reserves. 


(a) All goods are put up for sale WITHOUT RESERVE at the Auctioneer’s discretion 
unless written instructions as to reserves are received by one hour prior to the com- 
mencement of the sale. 

(b) In the event of any reserve price not being reached at auction Glendining & Co. are 
empowered to sell after the auction, by private treaty, at not less than the reserve price, 
as long as the goods remain on Glendining & Co.’s premises. In the event of such a sale 
by private treaty the Conditions of Sale applicable to a buyer governing the auction will 


apply. 


Indemnity. The vendor shall duly indemnify Glendining & Co. against any claims in con- 
nection with any goods sold by Glendining & Co. on the vendor’s behalf. 


. Value Added Tax. A vendor who sends for sale by auction any chattel(s) which is an asset 


of his business must disclose to the Auctioneer whether or not he is a registered person for 
Value Added Tax purposes and, if so, his registered number and whether or not he intends 
to operate the special scheme covering works of art, etc. This information must be supplied 
to the Auctioneer on or prior to delivery of the goods. 


. The vendor authorises the Auctioneer to deduct commission and expenses at the stated rates 


from the hammer price and acknowledges the Auctioneer’s right to retain any premium 
payable by the purchaser. 


. Rights to Photographs and Illustrations. The vendor gives Glendining & Co. full and 


absolute right to photograph and illustrate any lot placed in its hands for sale and to use 
such photographs and illustrations and any photographs provided by the vendor at any time 
at its absolute discretion (whether or not in connection with the auction). 


BUYERS CONDITIONS 


18. Inspection. Each buyer by making a bid for a lot acknowledges that he has satisfied 
himself fully before bidding by inspection or otherwise as to all the Sale Conditions the 
physical condition of and description of the lot including but not restricted to whether the lot 
is damaged or has been repaired or restored. 


19. Property and Risk. Legal title will not pass to the buyer until the lot(s) has been paid for in 
full and the Auctioneers shall be entitled to a lien on any lot sold until the purchase price (as 
defined in 23 below) is paid in full but each lot is at the sole risk of the buyer from the fall of 
the hammer. Each buyer shall forthwith give his full names and permanent address and if 
called upon to do so by the Auctioneer shall forthwith pay to Glendining & Co. such 
proportion of the purchase price as the Auctioneer may require. If the buyer fails to do so, 
the lot may at the Auctioneer’s sole discretion be put up again and re-sold. 


20. Every bidder shall be deemed to act as principal unless there is in force a written 
acknowledgement by Glendining & Co. that he acts as agent on behalf of a named principal. 


21. Removal of Goods. 

(a) No purchase shall be claimed or removed until it has been paid for and the sale has been 
concluded. All purchases shall be paid for and removed at the buyer’s risk and expense 
by the end of the second working day after the sale, failing which the Auctioneer shall not 
be responsible if the same are lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed, and all lots not so 
removed shall remain at the risk of the buyer and subject to a minimum warehousing 
charge of 25p per lot per day. If they are not paid for and removed within seven days of 
the sale the Auctioneer may re-sell them by auction or privately without notice to the 
buyer. Any liability which there may be on the part of the Auctioneer in respect of any 
loss shall be restricted to a maximum of the price paid by the buyer of the lot. 

(b) In the event of any failure of the buyers to comply with any of the above conditions the 
damages recoverable by the seller or the Auctioneers from the defaulter shall include any 
loss arising on any re-sale of the lot, together with the charges and expenses in respect of 
both sales, and together with interest at 2% above Midland Bank PLC Base Rate upon 
the price of any lot which has not been paid for within 48 hours of the sale, and any 
money deposited in part payment shall be held by the Auctioneers on account of any 
liability of the defaulter to them or to the seller. The Auctioneers are unable to accept 
payment from successful bidders other than in cash or by the bidder’s own cheque. 
Cheques drawn by third parties, whether in the Auctioneers’ favour or requiring endorse- 
ment, cannot be accepted. 


22. Value Added Tax. The Buyer will be liable to pay V.A.T. at the standard rate on the 
hammer price on those Lots indicated with a dagger (1) after the Lot number. This V.A.T. is 
refundable on proof of export by Overseas Buyers within 28 days of Sale. 


23. Purchase Price. The purchaser shall pay the hammer price together with a premium of 
10% of the hammer price. The premium is NOT negotiable and attracts V.A.T. at the 
standard rate and is payable by ALL purchasers. The vendor authorises the Auctioneer to 
deduct commission and expenses at the stated rates from the hammer price and 
acknowledges the Auctioneer’s right to retain the premium payable by the purchaser. 


IMPORTANT NOTES FOR BUYERS 


BIDS 

We will be pleased to execute bids (in the name of Graham) on behalf of intending buyers, and 
no charge is made for this service. Lots will be purchased as cheaply as permitted by other bids 
and reserves. Bids must be submitted to Glendining & Co. at least one hour before the sale com- 
mences, and should be entered on the forms provided. Bids left by telephone will be accepted 
only on the condition that they are at the sender’s risk, and must in any case be confirmed in 
writing. 


EXPORT LICENCES 


A specific Licence is required before export from the U.K. of items that cost £8,000 or more, 
and are at least 50 years old, and also for certain other categories. The obtaining of any export 
licence is the responsibility of the buyer. 











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SALE CATALOGUES 


On the average we issue twelve or more Coin Catalogues and 
three Naval & Military Medal Catalogues each year, some of 
which are usually of Sales of important Collections. 


CATALOGUE SUBSCRIPTIONS 

Sale Catalogues, frequently illustrated, are normally posted to 
Subscribers about three weeks prior to the date of Sale. 

Lists of “Prices Bid” are issued after each Sale, thus giving at a 
glance a reliable guide to value. The final test of value must 
always be auction prices rather than the figures given in books 
of reference, for changing times and fashions soon render the 
latter obsolete and misleading. The Lists of “Prices Bid” will 
probably be enclosed in a following Sale Catalogue. 


AIR MAIL POSTAGE 
To allow subscribers resident outside Europe time to submit 
Postal Bids, Sale Catalogues will, if desired, be sent by Air 
Mail. Air Mail postage is not, however, included in the Sub- 
scription Rate and the cost must be borne by the Subscriber. 
In such cases a deposit against the cost is required. 


ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION RATES 
(commencing from Ist January ) 
SURFACE MAIL 
(including postage) 


Type of U.K., LofM.| ALL 
Catalogue C.I., Irish other |texcluding postage) 
Republic | places 


COIN Sales fT? 


NAVAL & MILITARY 
MEDAL Sales 


Deposit required against cost of AIR MAIL postage: 
Coin Sales add £10 
Medal Sales add ..... £2 


Catalogues of past Sales cannot be supplied. 




















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CASH ADVANCES len 
If required, cash advances will be made at our discretic ; 


and at our valuations on the understanding that Lots are 
submitted for sale ENTIRELY WITHOUT RESER’ 
and at a Commission Rate of 124% on realisation. — 
In the event of repayment of the Cash Advance 
Sale takes place, a charge of 10% on the amount advanes 


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COMMISSION FOR SELLING 
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5% on reserve prices for Lots 
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All goods will be held insured against ‘ie and 
pending sale, at a premium of £1 per £100, 
Auctioneers are instructed to the contrary. 


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Further information on application to the Auctioneers 


7, Blenheim Street, New Bond Street, London WIX SLD. Ee ; 
Telephone: 01-493 2445 (3 lines) _ 


Pardy & Son (Pri ntetes ‘Ltd, Ringwood Industrial Park, Ringwood, BH24 3SF. ae